This online grocery store is hiring during the coronavirus thanks to making this change

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Gargiulo Produce opened in 1929 as a fruit and vegetable cart selling door-to-door. Over 90 years later, the company now wholesales food to businesses across the East Coast. In 2020, the coronavirus shut down many of Gargiulo’s commercial accounts and left it looking for ways to get produce into the hands of hungry, isolated customers. Watch this video to learn about how the company pivoted from a wholesale warehouse to a direct-to-consumer supplier in a matter of weeks.

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